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Another problem is the film's ambivalence to Assange's motivation and whether he's truly a force for good or a treasonous loose cannon - probably because the jury's still out.
If our future Queen is in this season's mint tint, it would be treasonous not to follow.
Bill Nelson said that Snowden's act was treasonous according to him and the US Department of Justice
Some felt it was treasonous to secede from England, but those 'traitors' became our country's greatest patriots.
His treasonous act did not become lawfully binding because treason cannot do that.
Yet, and I hope it is not deemed treasonous or unpatriotic to say this, I do not see the Champion Stakes as the equal of the Arc and I hope it never is.
He was not in any way treasonous towards Pakistan," the defense secretary said.
Critics in the media, many viewed as proxies for the military establishment, have been calling for the president to be investigated, suggesting the memo could be treasonous.
and Cuba had hit bottom after the Cuban Missile Crisis, most things in English were perceived as American and therefore treasonous.
Printing more money to play politics at this particular time in American history is almost treacherous--or treasonous in my opinion.
Although in no way does NIA support Assange or his actions, we expressed in our article how we don't believe it is a treasonous act to help spread the truth about our country's foreign policy and other sensitive topics when the information he posted was given to him and in no way did he hack any government systems to obtain it.